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Students in Rachel Sauvola's small animal science class are responsible for caring for a variety of small animals, from fish and turtles to rabbits and ferrets. The students rotate through the animals throughout the semester to learn about and learn how to care for a variety of creatures. Pictured above, Jackson Bonnes works to clean the rabbit cages during class.

Science offers a variety of life classes

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When it comes to agriscience, New Richmond High School is the envy of all other area schools.

Rachel Sauvola, the district's agriscience teacher, offers 15 classes in a variety of subject areas - five of those classes (veterinary science, small animal science, large animal science, food science and greenhouse management) count as a science elective.

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Sauvola said she wants to emphasize that her classes are not "farming" classes.

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